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Old 10-25-2008, 11:09 AM
 
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I am a student teacher and I have about a month in a half before I leave my class to go on winter vacation. Each year I like to bring in a little inexpensive treat for the students for the holidays. Does any one have any good for an inexpensive gift?


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What about a cute pencil with a holiday theme or cute design? Maybe a cute eraser that is shaped like an animal, smiley face, etc.
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Old 10-26-2008, 05:50 AM
 
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You could make a little treat bag and put some goodies in it. I did that for my Kindergarten students when I left my first placement. They absolutely loved it. I got a pack of cellophane bags with a cute design on them from the Dollar Tree, put in a decorative pencil, two or three erasers, some stickers, and a pack of fruit snacks. I also had a coupon for a free treat at a restaurant. Each bag filled with goodies may have cost me less than 50 cents, so that's not even $10 for 20 students.
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feeling crafty?
Old 10-26-2008, 10:14 AM
 
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I made my kids bookmarks. I bought some cheap, cute material and cut it into bookmark sized strips, then glued it to posterboard. Then I wrote a little message on the posterboard side...something about "KEEP READING! I'll miss you!" (I also put my picture on this side since I got like 20 for free from picture day...what else was I going to do with them?!) Then I laminated the bookmarks. Last step was writing each child's name on the fabric side with puff paint.

My kids loooved their bookmarks. They liked that the fabric matched their interests (sports, animals, princess, etc) and they liked that they each got a special message from me.

It's cheap. It's crafty. It's useable. :-D That's my kind of gift! haha
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Old 10-27-2008, 02:05 PM
 
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Thank you all for the great ideas these ideas will help me when putting together a end of the semester treat for my students!


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Snow theme!
Old 10-29-2008, 06:33 PM
 
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Last year before I left for winter break, I gave each of the students "Smartees" candies and a pencil with a winter theme. It's not too creative but the students loved them!
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